You don't have to have local knowledge to really experience Rome, but you should know a few basic facts before you head off.
Rome, the national capital of Italy, is 120 miles (193 kilometers) northwest from the notable city, Naples.
Visitors to this area of Rome rub shoulders with roughly 2,300,000 residents.
You're on vacation! Why not treat yourself to a night of luxury? If you're after first-class service and silky soft sheets, book a room at the Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie (Via del Babuino 9) or the Hassler Roma (Piazza Della Trinita Dei Monti 6). If you're simply after a cosy space to get some sleep, don't worry! There are options for you too. The Manfredi Luxury Apartments (Palazzo Manfredi Via Labicana 125) and the Palazzo Scanderbeg (Piazza Scanderbeg 117) are some cheaper alternatives.
Create fantastic new memories while exploring St. Peter's Basilica. This famed attraction is within walking distance from a nice selection of properties, including the Amalia Vaticano Hotel and the Gran Meliá Rome Villa Agrippina -The Leading Hotels of the World. So why not stay nearby and find out what all the hype is about?
Travelers should take a look at the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. After more things to see in this buzzing city? The Arch of Constantine and Villa Borghese will keep you occupied.
Take a look at the extraordinary selection of archaeological items on view at Capitoline Museum. It promises to be a fun and educational afternoon for the whole family! Need some more ideas? Public squares have many secrets to tell. Roam over well-trodden footpaths and look for clues to the region's past at Piazza Venezia. But there's more. Find out about tours at Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. When you're there, take a couple of minutes to occupy one of the pews and reconnect with your spiritual side.